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Hitomi Katamura, 51, has been farming for 16 years and says she’s seen plenty of daikon that split into two or three prongs at the foot, “but I’ve never seen a radish shaped like a foot.”
The radish even has an “ankle,” so the longer you look at it, the more it appears to resemble a foot. It has become a favorite among customers of the pickle store. “Daikon ashi,” or fat legs shaped like a daikon radish, is one of the great fears of Japanese women (ashi is the Japanese word that encompasses the leg, foot and toes).